Wise Revamps With New Look and Features, Onboards 100K Users Weeklyby Fintech News Singapore March 1, 2023
Online money transfer service Wise has unveiled its complete visual makeover and rolled out new features on its app which now has 16 million customers worldwide.
The Wise app now features a fresh green palette and a bold new font that is designed to make the customer experience consistent regardless of the place or language they sign up in.
Wise also announced the launch of Assets in Singapore today, enabling local users to invest from as little as SGD$1. The company also revealed plans to to launch more services in India including the multi-currency account and card soon.
The app is also launching QR code payments for customers to pay like a local by scanning PayNow QRs at merchants and hawkers across Singapore.
In addition, Wise is enabling customers to send funds to 11 more mobile wallets in Asia, including Touch n Go in Malaysia, GrabPay in the Philippines and ShopeePay in Indonesia.
The new look is rolling out across Wise’s website and mobile apps, and across the company’s digital channels such as social media over the day.
According to Wise, the company onboards around 100,000 new customers every week with approximately 6 million active customers moving over £25 billion each quarter.
With around 6 million active customers moving over £25 billion each quarter, the company welcomes around 100,000 new customers every week. Wise said that it plans to double down on its global expansion plans.
Kristo Käärmann, Co-founder and CEO of Wise said,
“Our new look is inspired by the millions of people and businesses worldwide that use Wise today. It draws from where they come from, but also represents the excitement of the world open for them to conquer.
Over the past year we’ve introduced new features to make Wise more useful to our customers, and made payments faster. We now deliver over half our payments to their recipient in less than 20 seconds. We also helped our customers save on fees 一 £1.5 billion compared to banks in 2022 alone.”